Friday, 3 December 2010

THERE'S SNOW PLACE LIKE HOME .......... Ho Ho Ho..........


The whole of the UK is covered in a blanket of snow and we are experiencing Arctic conditions........and, when this happens, everything comes to a grinding halt and, havoc ensues !! I, for one, hibernate close to the fireside, drinking tea, coffee, hot chocolate during the day, soup for lunch and then move on up to wine in the evening !! Life stands still somewhat while we keep warm and think about Christmas.



This gorgeous Georgian house ( somewhat out of focus I'm afraid ) is the home to offices now, but what a lovely place to work..........


This is St, Mary's church, just around the corner to where we live.  It was built in 1418  and contains Cromwell's family vault. A medieval stone coffin was recovered from the church in 1872, when it was found being used, inverted, as a doorstep !!!!


This is the entrance to the cemetery, located in my road. I find cemeteries really interesting ..... make of that what you will !!!! ..........


Here is the view from my landing......you can just about make out the snow ..........



Seedheads in our garden ..........


On Monday, I went out for lunch with the girls ( I do venture out sometimes when it snows ). I took this and the next  four shots from the back seat of my friend's car ( I was lucky not to be the driver and polished off a bottle of Sauvingon Blanc at lunch !! ). We drove through Epping Forest and it looked so beautiful........... much more beautiful than a couple of snaps taken whilst going at speed !
Epping Forest was where Henry V111 and Elizabeth 1st hunted and, the highwayman Dick Turpin had a hideout there. It is also very popular with murderers as a place to hide a body unfortunately.


There are still traces of Autumn leaves left on the trees .........






Well, I shall away in my beautiful sleigh, to buy Christmas pressies, higher tog duvets, hot water bottles and a crate of red wine.

It's freezing. 






image 1 - Esmahan Ozkan, 2-4 County website, images 5-12 by me, last image - The Snow Queen from Narnia 

Jackie

94 comments:

  1. Jackie, your coping strategy for snow sounds like fun to me. The snowy images are lovely but I like my snow in small amounts as it creats chaos here as well. I love taking photos of old cemeteries too. merry♥O

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  2. Dear Jackie, I love your snow images! We have so many snow here too, I posted it today! Like a Winter-Wonderland, isn´t it great???
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Big Hugs,
    Yvonne

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  3. Hello Jackie,
    Creep but conveniently close to the heater with a glass of red wine ...
    My advice is to stay indoors and not at all go back to the bush where the bandits are .. brrr ...
    Good weekend
    With love Hetty

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  4. It sounds perfect - I would love nothing more than to cozy up indoors and watch the snow fall all around me. Your photos are gorgeous, and I love your chandelier!! Stay warm and have a glass of wine for me too! xxoo :)

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  5. pretty photos! I'm in the French Alps and we were at a standstill on Wednesday with the snowfall. I plan to not move all weekend but sit by the fire , read and have a Baileys :)

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  6. Jackie, what magnificent photos! I am fascinated by cemeteries as well. Sounds like a fabulous day you had. Enjoy your Winter Wonderland! Lynn

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  7. Oh, what a lucky girl you are to have snow this time of the year! So nourishing for the Christmas spirit! Your photographs are sublime, and I love the idea of your snowy liquid diet!

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  8. O Jackie...what a beautiful pictures !!..it also snow a lot here in holland.....and it is freezing....Brrrrrrrrr......stay inside take a nice glas of red wine.....lovely weekend ......love Ria...

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  9. I can't wait for our first substantial snow fall, I'm like a little kid, I get so excited!
    Love the pics and the chandee!

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  10. OK I can see you shopping from a sleigh, but not as an Ice Queen type. That is SO not Jackie! Perhaps a long coat, fur hat,school scarf and lovely smile is what I would envision.

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  11. Such a great post~ thank you for sharing so many pretty photographs!
    Wishing you every joy of the season... and warmth!
    Michelle

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  12. Dear Jacqueline, Why is it that a mere dusting of snow in the UK brings the country to a halt whereas permanently subzero temperatures and mountains of snow in Eastern europe and life carries on pretty much as usual? I wholeheartedly endorse your way of coping with the snow and am at one with you except that I fear, for me, the wine starts a little earlier in the day!!!

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  13. LOvely post Jackie! I think you have arrived at the perfect solution to the snowy days..hibernation. Glad you did venture out with the girls though, we can't be comepletely bearlike...
    Your curtains are beautiful too.
    ENjoy a cozy weekend,
    Mimi

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  14. You need some Canadians to help you dig out of that snow..........though sometimes grinding to a halt is even better. I love snow storms and the hibernating, as long as i have enough groceries and other things. Much love XO
    Your photos are great!

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  15. Hi Jackie,

    Your village looks very pretty with all that snow. I think I understand what you mean about cemeteries. They are very peaceful places, full of old trees & wildlife. With a layer of snow they look very 'Gothic'. When no one is being burried I don't mind walking around at all.

    Wish you a happy weekend!

    Lieve groet, Madelief

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  16. This is an enchanting place...and I love the fact you picked one of my fave pictures...the Ozkan's one...
    I'll follow you, 'cause it seems to me this is a very nice place to be...
    Thanks for sharing!
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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  17. Hello! It's rather lovely isn't it? Snow is great if you are where you want to be and have everyone who matters with you! I agree on the tea/soup/wine diet - it's a winner. Love that image of the snow queen - Tilda was made for that role. Lou xxx

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  18. Beautiful Jackie....I know that the snow is creating havoc and chaos for many...but I have to admit that I love it for all the reasons that your photographs so beautifully show....xv

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  19. It is quite hot here and I got bitten by a mosquito :(

    All of the photos are beautiful and I can almost feel cooler looking at them. If only I could click my heels together and arrive in your neighborhood now ! like this minute !!!

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  20. Jackie,
    What a wonderful tour of your winter wonderland. I can't wait for our first snow...hoping for a white Christmas. It sounds like you have crafted your routine for 'white weather' down to a fine art. Enjoy the beautiful snow!

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  21. Absolutely glorious photos! I love them so much. :-) I'm finally getting sunshine after days and days of clouds and rain. Your pictures are cheering me tremendously and make me feel all warm and cozy. :-)

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  22. What beautiful photos!!! They breathe with frost and quiet. I believe that somewhere behind the tree can wait a robber.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Jana

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  23. Ooo Jac's I really enjoyed this post, I just love looking at photo's you have taken. You live in a gorgeous place and I just love all the history of it. The seedpod photo is so beautiful as is the chandelier shot. What lovely curtins.

    What a gorgeous place to work indeed, in the Georgian house!

    Cheers Jac's, you have given me a lift :)
    xoxoxo DJ

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  24. Dreamly,wonderful post,dear Jackie...
    Just amazing place where you make all these photos and you give so enchanted,so ''Fairy Tale'' feeling with your post:-)*

    Wish you beautiful weekend,
    Much Love,
    ***Violetta***

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  25. Jackie, I think you have it all sorted! Wine of both colours, warm drinks, fireplaces, friends who'll drive you around in the snow...I'm coming to visit!! Hope you stay warm and safe. It's not much of a summer here yet and we have major flooding all over the place. I'd be happy to swap :)

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  26. Such a magical post....my daughter is soooo enjoying the snow in the UK too! Now please ship some over...it is sunny and bright out here today! I think the silly birds are building nests...hugs and happy shopping. xoxoxo

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  27. I like your own photos even more than the stylish set-pieces. Our snow, never as good as yours, has melted away and we're not even halfway through our emergency biscuits yet. Boo. Sending virtual togs your way, dear Jacqueline.

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  28. What a fabulous post and such gorgeous pictures. I'm afraid over here in the Great Southern Land of Australia the weather is hot and wet...blah.. I would love to have a white christmas...any excuse to curl up with a bottle of wine..Thanks for sharing. Kym X

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  29. What a wonderful post, I enjoyed it so much. So very different to our Christmas experience here in Australia. It's 30 degrees today..I love the little bits of history you've thrown in too..Stay warm..Rachaelxx

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  30. You are truly a girl after my own heart ~ polishing off a bottle of wine at lunch! Our snow is all gone thanks to mild temps and rain ~ but never fear ~ old man winter will be back. Keep warm lovely lady and have a great week-end! xo

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  31. Beauiful shots of your chandelier crystals and out your landing window....most people would not even know what a landing is... (but I do )...had one in the Victorian home I grew up in...in Chicago.
    I too love Cemeteries.....especailly the Victorian ones.. (and I bet you have some DANDY ones in the UK )
    I adore the HUGE ornate tombstones, etc. There is one in Galveston, Tx. that is quite nice...but the Victorian Section of Crown Hill Cemetary in Indianapolis, Indiana...is one of the best I have seen, and if anyone knows of others, I would LOVE to know about them.
    Jackie, your idea sounds great, to sip some tea..and hot chocolate and sit before the fireplace.

    ENJOY !!


    Rose

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  32. Ah! The first snow of the season! We have not had ours yet although it has turned quite cold. I wonder if we will have a white Christmas?
    Stay warm dear Jackie!
    Take care, Laura

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  33. Jackie your beautiful country blanketed in snow is a lovely sight! But I think your country is a beautiful sight no matter what the weather. The photos of the forest are rather eerie, aren't they?
    I am aaahing over the beautiful pictures from your landing! That chandy is gorgeous!
    hugs to you...

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  34. Love your gorgeous photos and would dearly love some snow here. Our family is expecting our Aunt to fly out from the UK tomorrow for our Mum's 80th Birthday Surprise. At the moment she is stuck at home and not sure if she will be able to catch her flight to our very hot 36 degrees so I hope it's stops snowing over your way for just a little bit so my Aunt can fly out. Cheers Judith

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  35. Jackie ~
    I want to live near you (mind you, not for the snow)so that we can indulge in all the pleasure of life together! You do it all right....and your sense of humor is the greatest!
    Stunning window coverings/drapes...
    Stay warm and cheers!
    Bisous,
    Melissa

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  36. Hello!!!!
    Oh so many beautiful photos!
    Kathrine

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  37. What beautiful pictures! I love the snow!! I just got an email from my friend Lisa in England who was telling me about all the snow. Stay cozy and warm! I'm glad I found your blog!! ;-)
    ~michelle~

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  38. Actually the blurred photo of the house gives it a lovely atmosphere. I like it.
    I also like the curtain at your window.
    Thanks for the pics of Epping Forest. I used to live nearby and haven't been there for years. xx

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  39. Oh those photos...Its like I got into the blog and travelled...Thank you..Here in Greece people are still swimming...First time so hot in December!White Christmas is the best..

    I have my first Giveaway!!Vintage sunglasses!Come see!

    http://barefootcloud.blogspot.com

    Thank you for this dreamy post!
    Love
    M.

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  40. Hi Jackie...Oh, such gorgeous photos! The one of the cemetery road looks like a dream and I love the view from your window...Your method of coping with the snow sounds like a marvelous plan to me! Stay warm.:)

    H.H.

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  41. How beautiful! I loved seeing the snow. It does look like Christmas there. We usually don't have snow here in Oklahoma for Christmas but did last year...and it was magical yet treacherous. People were stranded everywhere. Including myself...luckily I was stranded at home...but could not make it out to go to my Christmas dinner.

    I loved the photo out you window...really...loved it all.

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  42. it seems that you love snow as much as i do.
    it truly is a fairy land world, isn't it?

    and your banner......
    wow. i love it.
    xxx

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  43. Your pictures are beautiful. I love your strategy for coping with the cold and snow. However, you might want to have a little wine with lunch as well...it will help keep you warm until evening. I am also fascinated with old cemeteries. People do charcoal rubbings of old headstones then frame them.
    We have been colder than normal here in southern California too. Good for the Christmas spirit.

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  44. Oh Jackie, i looooooooove your pictures - what a romantic winter wonderland!!!!!!!!!! My son told me about the snow in England - here we have also a lot ;))! Your header is soooooo beautiful.....can´t get enough of it!!!!! Have a wonderful Advent sunday,

    Hugs Jade

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  45. AMAZING!!!! that's all I can say!! A MA ZING!!!

    Love
    Lynda

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  46. soooo cozy and wonderful... i LOVE snow... coming from colorado i do miss it... hope christmas is white as ever!

    loving your blog banner.... i better get going on mine! xx

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  47. GORGEOUS images Jackie, what a beautiful place you live in....what a lovely country church too!!

    Have enjoyed the snow although not the freezing temperatures though! It's all disappeared now altho more snow is due at the end of the week!!!

    Love your new header too, just lovely!!

    And ONE THOUSAND FOLLOWERS.....now that deserves lots of exclamation marks LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! Well done, totally deserved, you always make me smile with your comments and your images are beautiful!!!!!!!!! xxxx

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  48. GOR - jussss
    i love the forest shots. and i LOVE that your country comes to a halt. hilarious.
    we, on the other hand have +8 celsius and no snow. .... for the moment. dont worry, it will not disappoint!
    cheers !
    ~laura

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  49. oh I love all that snowy crystalline stuff. Great pics. Would love to share that wine by the fire with you.

    You know the last image is of Tilda Swinton as the Snow Queen in Narnia. My daughter is obsessed with all things Narnia and you should rent the film, it is pretty good for adults too (esp Prince Caspian the lead guy is quite gorgeous).

    xo

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  50. Dearest Snow Queen - happy shopping!
    Millie ^_^

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  51. Oh Jackie, your header is beautiful!!! I love it so much!!!

    You took such beautiful photos of everything!!!
    I love the one with the phone booth and the one with the crystal lamp!!!

    Can you imagine? It´s only 3 weeks left til Christmas!!!

    I hope you had a wonderful time with your girlfriends, and a happy time shopping!

    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs/
    Luiza

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  52. Hi love the shots, iconic telephone box- brill! jennyx

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  53. Hi Jackie...beautiful post as per usual. You create an atmophere that makes me want to jump in and join. Romance, naughtiness, and girly pleasures. I have a friend in Epping Forest... Highams Park (?)...in fact I stay there when I visit London...Thanks so much for the posting of the GIVEAWAY...you are the best..love your new photo. Stevie Nicks twirling in fancy frocks...that is the image I have of you...

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  54. The snow is just gorgeous! Loved the view from your landing and also that beautiful chandelier of yours! Enjoy the beautiful day, Kellie xx

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  55. Melted and slippery here today, I just hope it will snow again ;)

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  56. Jackie,
    These photos are beautiful! They have captured me into a dream.

    I hope that you're doing well and wishing you all the best always!!

    Xoxo Noel

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  57. Hello my dear friend. Lovely post. I love the new blog header to. The crystal light on your landing is just fabulous. Thanks for sharing all the history of your area, it would be amazing someday to visit your country. Warm wishes for the new arrival of your grandbaby. HUGS MARY

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  58. Gorgeous, gorgeous! I love to be snowed in, unfortunately, in Savannah, no chance of that! Loved the story about your father's christening gown. XX!

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  59. What a beautiful post...makes me wish for a white Christmas. Not likely in NC, but a girl can dream...

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  60. Sweet Jackie~

    I had to stop by to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your favorite Christmas memory. :) I love the story about the pillowcases! It's so special and just adorable.

    Thank you so much for putting my giveaway on your sidebar.

    wishing you a beautiful day,
    Noel from Fanciful Designs

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  61. And now I shall always think of you as the Snow Queen, Jackie! :D I love this post--the pictures and the thought of being snowed in. Here in New England we usually get snowed in several times over the course of the winter until we are all sick to death of the stuff, but that first real snowfall of the year is always a treat.

    It's sooooo good to be back here visiting you! I've been swamped with work and life lately and am just starting to get back to visiting my favorite blogs. Hope you are well! xoxo Gigi

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  62. Hi Jackie
    It is cold here too, today. We got snow over the weekend and now the cold sets in. This old house is drafty so it is time to winterize and by that I mean plastic on the windows... it helps a lot but not one of my favorite decorating ideas :)
    Blessings to you today and stay warm
    Rebecca

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  63. I love your beautiful photos, truly a winterwonderland!! All the best from Anette in Norway :)
    www.anettesbokboble.blogg.no

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  64. What I wouldn't do to have snow for Christmas!

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  65. Isn't snow romantic...just as your beautiful images. I am eagerly waiting for our first snowstorm, due to fall upon us this week end. i just love the cold weather, snow...am actually contemplating a visit to Antarctica but cannot find anyone to come with me...somehow my husband and my friends do not see the beauty in Artic ice..want to come along?

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  66. I totally agree with you re. the tree Jackie. I also do a very tall nordic pine with decorations from our travels around the world. I also love the smell the tree gives off!
    Its just the hot weather in Aust doesnt allow for the beautiful pines and I always did a tree like that image ... and thats another reason why I love living in the UK!!

    Btw, your chandelier is stunning and so are your snow photos ... I'm already missing the snow!
    Have a great week hon ...
    xx

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  67. You can take me along on your snowy winter journeys any time Jackie. Your shots were so amazingly beautiful to see. It's been too long since I've play in snow. I've always loved it and thought of a snow day as a real treasure. I would venture around a graveyard with you. I too have always found them mysterious and adventurous. I adore reading all the old head-stones. Stay warm my friend. The view out your charming windows were gorgeous.

    Sending you love & holiday cheer xo xo

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  68. Stunning images as usaual, love your cold weather survival tips, specially the red wine!! Love the snow queen photo, have you ssen the film Onegin, ralph fienns stars in it ,and theres a fab sliegh in the opening shots ,i think you would love it as the imagery is wonderful,right up street!try to see it, sending love,Linda x x

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  69. Hi sweet Jackie! :) Your homeplace look so beautiful in the snow. Your pictures are marvellous! Here in the north of norway we have about as mutch snow as you, and I love it! To mutch isnt good at all... ;) I hope you are enjoying your christmas shopping. Hugs from me, Siren :)

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  70. I Love that image of the seed pods in your garden. Beautiful! Sorry for the cold temps... but isn't snow lovely at this time of year. We're still waiting for our first storm here in New England. So, things are still grey. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas...

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  71. Well Jacqueline.. freezing or not.. I still long to see a White Christmas one day!!! all of ours are heatwaves!!! not quite the same effect!! hahaha

    Love all the snow!! love it.. and love your embroidered curtains... Just lovely!! Keep warm and enjoy the magic of the snow!!! better than melting over here!!! ciao ciao xxx Julie

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  72. what a wonderful blog i found here!

    check me out!

    hugs...

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  73. Magnifique Jackie.

    Belle journée

    Manon

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  74. What a lovely post. I think life does need to come to a halt occasionally to allow time for reflection. Sitting by the fire sounds perfect. Have a wonderful and cozy day.

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  75. Dear Jackie, first of all I want to thank you for all the lovely messages you are leaving me. You are so generous and nice!! I feel lucku to have readers like you :) Thank you, it means a lot to me.

    Yes, imagine that we could get this happy about the winter season. When we look out and see the sun and the snow the cold is quickly forgotten. Very beautiful and it is a great temptation for us who loves phptograph. What a nice walk you had, and beautiful buildings to see in the surroundings. Was also quite smitten with the beautiful chandelier of yours, I love them! Beautiful curtain as well.

    Enjoy your days,
    Warm hug, Aina

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  76. Jackie, be thinking about an elec. blanket.
    Renee gave me one I am getting it out tonight.
    We have snow in maine also. Roads are clear.
    The Macho Guys love the first sign of snow. Every guy has a truck and a plow. It's funny the day before the snow I counted 15 trucks within a few miles. They love it. yvonne

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  77. Dearest Jackie,
    yes, that´s me on the photos! Thank you so much for your lovely comment!
    Here at the moment is again quite a lot of snow. How is the weather in England? Do you have much snow?
    Big Hugs,
    Yvonne

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  78. The world is so beautiful under snow! Thanks!!

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  79. Bit late to the snowstorm but WOW Jackie your photos are fantastic. That seedhead one is magazine worthy. Love the curtains and the chandie and I'm with you I just love cemetaries.
    We only had a dusting of snow the other day but by the next day it was gone. It was so pretty and I think got everyone in the Christmas spirit.
    Now stay out of that forest....sounds a little dangerous...lol

    xx
    Carole

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  80. Hi sweet friend...thank you for visiting me...just a note about my daughter...she is doing well and will not be home for Christmas..it will be a very sad Christmas without her. I think she is feeling extra homesick....she just recieved her 2 christmas packages from us..filled with lots of family traditions...that is enough to make anyone homesick for the holidays.
    You are soooo sweet to ask about her.

    Hugs for a jOYful Friday my friend. xoxo

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  81. Hello there - just had to come back to visit after the lovely comment you left me - I never mind rambling - you ramble on to your heart's content! I was interested to hear about your son - I listen to Radio One alot and often wonder how on earth people get cool jobs like the producer ones! Well done him - no wonder you want to tell the world! I am glad my post took you on a trip down memory lane - that is what I love about blogging - you sometimes see a post that triggers something deep inside. Have a great day, Lou xx

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  82. Dearest Jackie,
    Thank you for the walk through this wonderous winter wonderland! The snow has dusted our lives with magical beauty of our past in so many big and small ways ...You always show us the most beautiful of all~
    xxx

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  83. Hi there Jackie,
    I often read your blog I love looking at the beautiful pictures. Imagine my surprise when I looked at the picture of the georgian house and suddenly realised that it was the one directly opposite where I live. It made me realise how lucky I am to live where I do. Although it would be much nicer to live in the georgian house instead of my little cottage.

    Regards,

    Jackie.

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  84. Dea Jackie,
    Thank you so much for the gorgeous photos. They truly take me to another place. To think these are taken outside your home ---*sigh*
    I hope you are enjoying the Christmas prep.. I believe you have had some reprieve from the snow...time for the wellies.
    x

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  85. Hello Jackie,
    What a GREAT blog you have ! Really very beautifull. I really like the pictures of Rodney Smith on your blog.
    And Britain is beautifull with all the snow. Here in Holland the snow is gone now for some days.

    I started myself sinds several days a blog. Hope you like it as well. Nice if you look and give your comment about it !
    Have a very nice day! Salut
    Ingeborg

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  86. You live in such a picturesque part of the world. It doesn't seem to matter the season! Your side stories and commentary are so interesting, I always feel like I've been on a little private tour with you! Congratulations, once again Jackie, on a beautiful post and 1000 followers! Big hugs, Meredy xo.

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  87. Such beautiful sites. We see snow maybe once every 20 years or so. Thanks for sharing yours.

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  88. Hello from Canada(where we currently have no snow)and you...I suppose have it instead!!! Love this post and your lovely blog!!! All the best,Chrissy

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  89. The first image...made me dream away...lovely

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  90. Dear Jackie, I have enjoyed so much all the beautiful posts I have missed!!!
    Wishing you lots of happiness at christmas time together with all the ones you love.
    hugs
    maria cecilia

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  91. I just found you in La Petite Gallerie. I saw alot of our crowd following, so I've been missing the proverbial boat. Shopping is still elusive, I'm afraid nobody is getting anything!
    Best,
    Liz

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  92. Jacqueline, I just found your blog! I love your pictures, especially the one on your landing of the chandelier-just gorgeous!! I'll be back!!

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